THE BLEECHERS Come Into My Parlour / Check Him Out 7″
Originally released (separately) on Upsetter Records – Lee Scratch Perry wrote & produced both tunes
3 in stock
A SIDE: “Come Into My Parlour” – 1969
Killer Reggay anthem adored by early Reggae fans, on par with the likes of “John Jones” or “Hold Down” previously released on Harlem Shuffle Records. Extremely popular, it has never been repressed since, it is impossible to find in good condition and is very much in demand.
With its suggestive lyrics, bold organ, pulsing beat and lovely melody, it is easy to see why “Parlour” is still so much in favour 50 years after its release. Essential!
B SIDE: “Check Him Out”
Initially released as the A side of “The Vampire” by the Upsetters on the Upsetter label in 1969 in UK.
“Check Him Out” is a cheerful and infectious Reggay tune with wonderful harmonies from the group.
A marvellous track. Listening closely, it appears to be a musical advertisement giving directions to a record store in Kingston that Perry owned at the time!!!